Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

Ashoka Road
New Delhi, DL - 110001

Type: Landmarks
011 2334 0174
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The Gurudwara is the chief place of worship of the Sikhs in Delhi. The Gurudwara is associated with Guru Har Kishan, the 8th Sikh Guru, and is considered as the most prominent pilgrimage and tourist site in Delhi. Bangla Sahib is located near the famous Connaught Place in the city. It is recognized by the Golden Dome that adorns the structure.

The Gurudwara was initially a bungalow in possession of Raja Jai Singh and was called the Jaisinghpura Palace. There is also a community kitchen or Langar inside the Gurudwara. Nearly ten to fifteen thousand people have meals in the Langar every day. A beautiful Sarovar and an art gallery also adorn the temple. The Gurudwara exhibits the Sikh architectural style. The art gallery is in the basement of the Gurudwara and is a place worth visiting. It exhibits paintings, which depict historical events, which are associated with Sikh history. The gallery is named after the Sikh General Sardar Bhagel Singh. The Bangla Sahib is a must-visit destination. Visitors need to cover their heads when inside the temple compound.

There is no entry fee and the Gurudwara is open all 24 hours of the day. 

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